June 23, 2018

Main Take-Aways About Elder Scrolls: Blades From Bethesda's E3 Conference

13 June 2018, 03:51 | Marlene Myers

Bethesda Officially Announces The Elder Scrolls VI

Bethesda Just Announced ELDER SCROLLS VI and STARFIELD

The new Fallout 76, which doesn't roll out until November 14, is taking an unusual approach compared to previous iterations in Bethesda's post-nuclear wasteland.

Regarding The Elder Scrolls VI insiders are confident that the game is at an early stage of development, because it will be released not earlier than four years.

Bethesda Game Studios has finally and officially announced The Elder Scrolls VI. Rumors for years have surrounded the creation of all new science fiction franchise, done in the same first-person RPG style as Elder Scrolls and Fallout.

Both of these titles were said to still be some way away, but the fact that we now have confirmation of the existence of a new Elder Scrolls adventure, is certainly something that brought in the cheers. Either way, what Howard was saying was that the game would be a big jump in terms of gameplay, graphics, and all those other things that make a game work. The team behind it is obviously proud of it, and when Bethesda are proud of something, we know it's going to be great.

The official splash screen of Elder Scrolls Blades

If you are excited to play the game then do sign up on Bethesda's website to receive an in-game helmet and sword when it launches. For that reason alone Bethesda's conference felt different. The game includes three modes, Abyss, Arena, and Town.

Yes, that's right: a new Elder Scrolls. What followed was a very short trailer with a land mass slowly coming into view, with the iconic Elder Scrolls music being played in the background.

The rest of the interview is worth a listen if you're stilling buzzing from that showcase and want more information about everything shown, too.

As promised, Bethesda had plenty of surprises in store for fans at its E3 2018 press conference. What other announcements this past weekend did you enjoy? Free to play, Blades is set to hit both iOS and Android mobile platforms, although the studio also plans to offer a PC version in the future.

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